The link below will take you to a live Google Map showing the highlighted route.
This route will take you from the Rugby Club to Stirling and the A9 North towards Perth leaving the A9 for Muthil, Crieff.
After Crieff you take a left at Gilmerton and head up the "Sma Glen" heading for Aberfeldy. There is an option to take a left at Amulree and head for Kenmore. The road is single track and gets "interesting" as you rapidly descend down the hill to Kenmore. Otherwise head to Aberfeldy and then to Kenmore.
Kenmore is a pituresque village with good facilities if you need refreshments at this stage.
Head out of Kenmore for Killin with Loch Tay on your left.
After Killin you will meet the main road the A85 - again you have a choice - take a right and head up to Crianllarich and then Tyndrum which is your turning point to head back to the junction at Killin.
Tyndrum is a favorite destination for bikers particularly the "Green Welly" where you can fuel up the bike and yourself - if the "Green Welly" is a bit to "touristy" for you then the pub next door is a good alternative.
Head back down the A82 / A 85 past Lochearnhead, Strathyre, Callander, Stirling and back to the Rally field at Falkirk.
The Route is about 160 mls depending on which options you take.
Remember the link below will take you to a live map and you can use Street View to check the terrain and get a preview of junctions etc.
Enjoy the Ride!!
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